Unit 6 – The West & the Progressives Manifest Destiny

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Unit 6 – The West & the Progressives
Manifest Destiny:

1) What is the best title for this series of maps?

(1) Industrialization of the United States

(2) Sectional Conflicts in the United States

(3) Transportation Revolution in the United States

(4) Shifting Frontier of the United States

2) The term Manifest Destiny was first used to support

(1) independence from Great Britain

(2) westward expansion to the Pacific Ocean

(3) efforts to stop secession of Southern states

(4) laws restricting labor union activity

3) Which term did Americans use in the 1840s to describe the idea that the United States should possess the entire continent?

(1) containment

(2) globalization

(3) Manifest Destiny

(4) popular sovereignty

4) Which event was most influenced by the principle of Manifest Destiny?

(1) founding of Jamestown

(2) defeat of Britain in the Revolutionary War

(3) purchase of Florida

(4) acquisition of the Mexican Cession

5) The annexation of Texas and the Mexican Cession are best described as efforts by the United States to

(1) remove European threats

(2) limit the spread of slavery

(3) end wars of aggression

(4) fulfill Manifest Destiny

6) In which war was Manifest Destiny used to justify United States government actions?

(1) Revolutionary War

(2) Mexican War

(3) Civil War

(4) Vietnam War

7) In the 1800s, the Great Plains region of the United States was characterized primarily by

(1) exceptionally high amounts of annual rainfall

(2) heavily wooded forests covering most of the area

(3) an extensive system of navigable rivers

(4) vast expanses of native grasses

Answers for Manifest Destiny:

1) 4 2) 2 3) 3 4) 4 5) 4 6) 2 7) 4

Homestead Act:

1) The purpose of the Homestead Act of 1862, which provided free federal land, was to

(1) encourage settlement of the West

(2) set up reservations for Native American Indians

(3) establish land-grant agricultural colleges

(4) assist in the construction of transcontinental railroads

2) The Homestead Act of 1862 helped the development of the West by

(1) providing free land to settlers

(2) granting land for construction of transcontinental railroads

(3) allowing slavery to spread to the territories

(4) placing Native American Indians on reservations

3) Which region of the United States was most directly affected by the passage of the

Homestead Act?

(1) Atlantic Coast

(2) Rocky Mountains

(3) Appalachian Mountains

(4) Great Plains

4) The Homestead Act was important in the growth of the West because it

(1) set aside reservations for Native American Indians

(2) created the Department of Agriculture to aid farmers

(3) encouraged settlement of the Great Plains

(4) provided land to build a canal system

Answers for Homestead Act:

1) 1 2) 1 3) 4 4) 3

Native Americans:

1) The Indian Wars that occurred between 1860 and 1890 were mainly the result of

(1) disputes over the spread of slavery

(2) conflict with Mexico over Texas and California

(3) the search for gold in California

(4) the movement of settlers onto the Great Plains

2) In an effort to resolve conflicts with the frontier settlers in the 1870s, the federal government

forced Native American Indians to

(1) move west of the Mississippi River

(2) live on reservations with definite boundaries

(3) relocate to urban industrial centers

(4) help build the transcontinental railroad

3) The aim of the Dawes Act of 1887 was to

(1) restore previously taken land to Native American Indian tribes

(2) maintain traditional Native American Indian cultures

(3) assimilate Native American Indians into American culture

(4) end all governmental contact with Native American Indians

4) The passage of the Dawes Act in 1887 was primarily an attempt by the United States

government to

(1) limit the power of the Bureau of Indian Affairs

(2) return eastern land to Native American Indian tribes

(3) encourage Native American Indians to give up their traditional cultures

(4) hire Native American Indians as military scouts

5) Passage of the Dawes Act of 1887 affected Native American Indians by

(1) supporting their cultural traditions

(2) attempting to assimilate them into mainstream American culture

(3) forcing their removal from areas east of the Mississippi River

(4) starting a series of Indian wars on the Great Plains

Answers for Native Americans:

1) 4 2) 2 3) 3 4) 3 5) 2

Populist and Granger Movements:

General West

1) In the second half of the 19th century, agriculture in the United States was transformed most

by the

(1) increase in prices paid for farm products

(2) decline in the population growth rate of the United States

(3) decline in demand for agricultural products

(4) increase in the use of farm machinery benefited the general public.

2) In the mid-1800s, the growth of the populations of California and the western territories was

mainly a result of the

(1) discovery of gold and silver

(2) opening of the Panama Canal

(3) migration of freedmen after the Civil War

(4) secession of the Southern states

3) Which trend is shown in these graphs?

(1) When production increases, prices decrease.

(2) When production increases, prices increase.

(3) When production remains unchanged, prices decrease.

(4) Prices and production are usually unrelated.

4) In the late 19th century, the federal government aided the growth of transcontinental railroads by

(1) legalizing rate rebates for large shippers

(2) providing free land for laying railroad tracks

(3) requiring standard-gauge tracks on all interstate lines

(4) forcing small lines to consolidate into large systems

5) What was a major effect of the Agricultural Revolution in the United States during the late


(1) Unemployed factory workers could find jobs in agriculture.

(2) Food supplies were increased to feed urban dwellers.

(3) The size of farms decreased.

(4) United States farm exports decreased.

Answers for the General West:

1) 4 1) 1 3) 1 4) 2 5) 2

Granger Movement

1) In the late 1800s, the Granger movement tried to improve conditions for farmers by

(1) lowering the rate of inflation

(2) strengthening the gold standard

(3) forcing railroads to lower their rates

(4) making labor unions stronger

2) A goal of the Granger and Populist movements was to

(1) expand rights for African Americans

(2) help western farmers fight unjust economic practices

(3) provide support for the banking industry

(4) enable big business to expand without government interference

3) In the late 1800s, the Granger movement tried to improve conditions for farmers by

(1) lowering the rate of inflation

(2) strengthening the gold standard

(3) forcing railroads to lower their rates

(4) making labor unions stronger

Answers for the Granger Party:

1) 2 2) 3 3) 3

Populist Party

Base your answers to questions 1 and 2 on the song excerpt below and on your knowledge of social studies.

The Farmer is the Man

When the farmer comes to town

With his wagon broken down,

Oh, the farmer is the man

Who feeds them all. . . .

The farmer is the man,

The farmer is the man,

Lives on credit till the fall;

Then they take him by the hand

And they lead him from the land,

And the middleman’s the man

Who gets it all. . . .

-American folk song

1) The problem identified by this folk song was a result of

(1) farm productivity declining for several decades

(2) too many Americans entering the occupation of farming

(3) poor farming practices destroying cropland

(4) low profits forcing many people out of farming

2) Which political party focused most of its efforts on the problem identified in this song?

(1) Bull Moose

(2) Free Soil

(3) Populist

(4) Progressive

3) The Populist movement was most interested in improving conditions for

(1) farmers

(2) business leaders

(3) African Americans

(4) Native American Indians

4) “Transportation being a means of exchange and a public necessity, the government should own and operate the railroads in the interest of the people.” (1892)

Which group showed the greatest support for this idea?

(1) western farmers

(2) union leaders

(3) factory owners

(4) railroad owners

5) This cartoon from the 1896 presidential election campaign attacked William Jennings Bryan’s proposal for

(1) free coinage of silver

(2) lower tariffs on farm goods

(3) strengthening the gold standard

(4) government regulation of the railroads

6) During the late 1800s, many farmers supported the idea that free and unlimited coinage of silver would

(1) end farm subsidies

(2) help farmers to repay their loans

(3) lead to lower prices for consumer goods

(4) decrease prices for farmland

7) As a result of the trends shown in the graphs, the Populist Party wanted the federal government to increase the money supply to

(1) raise the prices of crops

(2) limit the exportation of corn

(3) discourage the consumption of corn

(4) increase agricultural imports

8) The Populist Party was important in United States history because it

(1) succeeded in electing two presidential candidates

(2) won control of many state governments

(3) proposed ideas that later became law

(4) achieved suffrage for African Americans

9) The success of the Populist Party of the 1890s can best be measured by which development?

(1) The party replaced one of the two major parties.

(2) The party gained support among business leaders.

(3) Two of the party’s candidates were elected to the presidency.

(4) Several of the party’s proposed reforms were made into laws.

Answers for the Populist Party:

1) 4 2) 3 3) 1 4) 1 5) 1 6) 2 7) 1 8) 3 9) 4

Causes of the Progressive Era and its most basic Goal:

1) The Progressive movement (1900–1920) was primarily a response to problems created by

(1) abolitionists

(2) nativists

(3) industrialization

(4) segregation

2) Which reform idea was a common goal of the Populists and the Progressives?

(1) restoration of the nation’s cities

(2) expansion of opportunities for immigrants

(3) improvement in the status of African Americans

(4) greater control of government by the people

Answers for Causes of the Progressive Movement:

1) 3 2) 4

Goals of the Progressives – Expand Democracy & Political Reform:

1) The initiative, referendum, and recall election were supported by the Progressives as ways to

(1) limit government regulation of the press

(2) limit the role of the Supreme Court in constitutional issues

(3) increase citizen participation in the political process

(4) increase the influence of major political parties

2) Which Progressive Era political reform allows voters to choose party candidates to run for

elected public offices?

(1) referendum

(3) initiative

(2) recall

(4) direct primary

3) The initiative, the referendum, and the recall were adopted by several states during the

Progressive Era as ways to

(1) limit immigration

(2) promote the formation of trusts

(3) restrict the use of presidential vetoes

(4) make government more democratic

4) Progressive Era reforms such as the initiative, referendum, and recall attempted to

(1) increase the power of citizens in state and local government

(2) reestablish the system of checks and balances

(3) provide low-interest loans to farmers

(4) expand voting rights to Native Americans

5) During the Progressive Era, many state and local governments adopted initiative, referendum, and recall procedures that

(1) eliminated the need for the electoral college

(2) created political action committees (PACs)

(3) gave voters a more direct voice in government

(4) strengthened the role of the president’s cabinet

6) Which heading best completes the partial outline below?

I. ___________

A. Secret ballot

B. Direct election of senators

C. Recall

D. Referendum

(1) Checks and Balances

(2) Unwritten Constitution

(3) Progressive Reforms

(4) Universal Suffrage

7) Reformers of the Progressive Era sought to reduce corruption in government by adopting a

constitutional amendment that provided for

(1) a maximum of two terms for presidents

(2) term limits on members of Congress

(3) voting rights for African Americans

(4) direct election of United States senators

Answers for Goals of the Progressives – Expand Democracy and Political Reform:

1) 3 2) 4 3) 4 4) 1 5) 3 6) 3 7) 4

Goals of the Progressives – Social Reform:

1) Muckrakers contributed to the rise of Progressivism in the early years of the 20th

century by

(1) challenging big government and urging a return to past conditions

(2) exposing widespread corruption in business and government

(3) writing favorable biographies about wealthy Americans

(4) aligning themselves with the women’s suffrage movement

2) During the Progressive Era, muckrakers published articles and novels primarily to

(1) advance their own political careers

(2) make Americans aware of problems in society

(3) help the federal government become more efficient

(4) provide entertainment for readers

3) Rachel Carson and Ralph Nader are similar to the muckrakers of the Progressive Era because

they have

(1) advocated a total change in the structure of government

(2) attempted to expose societal problems

(3) failed to influence public opinion

(4) supported anti-American activities

4) Books such as Uncle Tom’s Cabin, How the Other Half Lives, and The Feminine Mystique all show that literature can sometimes

(1) expose government corruption

(2) cause violent revolution

(3) begin military conflict

(4) encourage social reform

5) During the Progressive Era, Jane Addams responded to urban conditions by working to


(1) settlement houses that provided assistance to the poor

(2) newspapers that helped to inform Americans about slum conditions

(3) laws that restricted certain immigrant groups

(4) free public schools located in inner-city neighborhoods

6) Dorothea Dix, Jane Addams, and Jacob Riis were all known as

(1) muckrakers

(2) suffragettes

(3) political leaders

(4) social reformers

7) Jane Addams and Jacob Riis were most notable for their efforts to

(1) treat the wounded in World War I

(2) stop the spread of diseases in Latin America

(3) legalize birth control for women

(4) aid the urban poor

8) In How the Other Half Lives, Jacob Riis described the living conditions of

(1) workers in urban slums

(2) African Americans in the segregated South

(3) the rich in their mansions

(4) Native American Indians on reservations

9) The photographs of Jacob Riis are most closely associated with the

(1) battlefields of the Civil War

(2) living conditions of the urban poor

(3) plight of sharecroppers in the South

(4) victims of the Dust Bowl on the Great Plains

10) Jacob Riis, in How the Other Half Lives, and Lincoln Steffens, in The Shame of the Cities, contributed to reform movements in the United States by

(1) exposing poverty and corruption

(2) opposing westward expansion

(3) criticizing racial injustice

(4) supporting organized labor

11) Lincoln Steffens and Jane Addams are best known for

(1) attempting to ease the problems of the urban poor

(2) fighting for temperance and Prohibition

(3) leading political movements on behalf of the Populist Party

(4) promoting the interests of organized labor

“Jane Addams Opens Hull House”

Jacob Riis Photographs Tenement Residents”

Ida Tarbell Exposes Standard Oil Company”

12) These headlines represent efforts by individuals to

(1) support business monopolies

(2) improve depressed urban areas

(3) solve problems of American farmers

(4) correct abuses of the Industrial Revolution

13) In 1906, the publication of The Jungle, written by Upton Sinclair, led Congress to

(1) enact stronger prohibition laws

(2) support the national conservation movement

(3) establish a system for meat inspection

(4) legalize strikes and boycotts by labor unions

14) The Jungle by Upton Sinclair and Unsafe at Any Speed by Ralph Nader were both intended to

(1) publicize the growing violence in American society

(2) suggest that a poor person could get rich with hard work

(3) encourage immigration reform

(4) make the public aware of the poor quality of certain products

15) Which law was passed as a result of muckraking literature?

(1) Interstate Commerce Act

(2) Sherman Antitrust Act

(3) Meat Inspection Act

(4) Federal Reserve Act

4) Passage of the Pure Food and Drug Act and the Meat Inspection Act illustrated the federal

government’s commitment to

(1) environmental conservation

(2) workers’ rights

(3) business competition

(4) consumer protection
5) During the Progressive Era, public demands for direct consumer protection resulted in passage of the

(1) Pure Food and Drug Act

(2) Fair Labor Standards Act

(3) Underwood Tariff

(4) income tax amendment

16) The common purpose of these legislative acts was to

(1) protect the nation’s natural resources

(2) improve conditions for recent immigrants to the United States

(3) advance the growth of big business

(4) promote the general welfare of the American public

17) The “Holy War” illustrated in the cartoon was an effort to

(1) recruit women soldiers

(2) promote world peace

(3) ban the sale of alcoholic beverages

(4) spread Christian religious beliefs

18) Women gained a victory in the “war” shown in the cartoon through the

(1) ratification of a constitutional amendment

(2) legalization of birth control

(3) expansion of missionary activities overseas

(4) repeal of national Prohibition

Answers for Goals of the Progressives – Social Reform:

1) 2 2) 2 3) 2 4) 1 5) 1 6) 1 7) 4 8) 1 9) 2 10) 1 11) 1 12) 4 13) 3

14) 4 15) 3 16) 4 17) 3 18) 1

Goals of the Progressives – Economic Reform:

1) A goal of the Progressive movement was to

(1) reduce the government’s involvement in social issues

(2) correct the problems caused by industrialization

(3) promote laissez-faire policies

(4) promote settlement of land west of the Mississippi River

2) The Populist and the Progressive movements were similar in their approaches to reform in that both

(1) supported the return of powers to the state governments

(2) promoted the use of violent strikes and protests against big business organizations

(3) opposed the strict laissez-faire attitudes of the federal government

(4) lobbied for immediate social and economic equality for African Americans

3) What was a significant impact of the Progressive movement on American life?

(1) increased government regulation of business

(2) increased restrictions on presidential powers

(3) decreased influence of the media on public policy

(4) reduced government spending for social programs

4) Which idea led to the creation of the Interstate Commerce Commission, the Federal Trade

Commission, and the Food and Drug Administration?

(1) Business activity must sometimes be regulated in the public interest.

(2) Workers should be allowed to bargain with owners for working conditions.

(3) Domestic industry should be protected from foreign competition.

(4) The economy works best without government regulation.

5) In the late 19th century, Congress tried to limit the power of monopolies by

(1) creating the Federal Trade Commission

(2) strengthening the Supreme Court

(3) adopting Granger laws

(4) passing the Sherman Antitrust Act

6) Both the Sherman Antitrust Act and the Clayton Antitrust Act were passed in response to the problem of

(1) companies refusing to hire minority workers

(2) businesses choosing to hire illegal immigrants

(3) unsafe working conditions in factories

(4) business combinations limiting competition

7) The Clayton Antitrust Act was passed to

(1) restore business competition

(2) end stock market speculation

(3) prosecute corrupt labor unions

(4) break up city political party machines

8) The cartoonist would most likely support federal government attempts to

(1) pass antitrust legislation

(2) limit regulation of business

(3) establish high tariffs

(4) stop industrial pollution

9) Supporters of a graduated national income tax argued that it was the fairest type of tax because the

(1) rate of taxation was the same for all persons

(2) rate of taxation increased as incomes rose

(3) income tax provided the most revenue for the government

(4) income tax replaced state and local government taxes

10) When the Federal Reserve Board lowers interest rates, it is most likely attempting to

(1) stimulate consumer spending

(2) lower prices

(3) encourage saving

(4) reduce investment

11) One responsibility of the Federal Reserve System is to

(1) balance the federal budget

(2) raise or lower income taxes

(3) control the supply of money

(4) regulate the stock market

12) The Federal Reserve System was created to

(1) maintain a national petroleum supply

(2) provide military support for the armed forces

(3) protect consumers from fraud

(4) manage the nation’s supply of currency and interest rates

13) President Woodrow Wilson supported creation of the Federal Reserve System in 1913 to

(1) balance the federal budget

(2) regulate the amount of money in circulation

(3) serve as a source of loans for farmers

(4) solve the financial problems of the Great Depression

14) The Federal Reserve System attempts to manage the United States economy by

(1) setting tariff rates

(2) raising or lowering income taxes

(3) insuring bank accounts

(4) regulating interest rates

15) The Federal Reserve System has an impact on economic conditions in the United States by

(1) regulating the amount of money in circulation

(2) providing direct loans to farmers and small businesses

(3) enforcing strict antitrust laws

(4) controlling imports from other nations

16) The creation of the Federal Reserve System was an attempt to

(1) introduce national health insurance

(2) regulate the money supply

(3) create a progressive tax policy

(4) shift more responsibilities to the states

17) The Federal Reserve System helps to regulate

(1) the annual federal budget

(2) state sales tax rates

(3) Social Security payments

(4) the nation’s money supply

18) A similarity between the Bank of the United States, created in 1791, and the present-day

Federal Reserve System is that both were established to

(1) set tariff rates

(2) regulate the money supply

(3) achieve balanced budgets

(4) restrict the gold supply

19) Which action can the Federal Reserve System take to fight inflation or recession?

(1) authorize deficit spending

(2) alter the tariff rates

(3) adjust the money supply

(4) require a balanced federal budget

20) Reducing interest rates to stimulate economic growth is a function of the

(1) Department of Commerce

(2) Federal Reserve System

(3) Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

(4) Securities and Exchange Commission

21) The National Bank proposed by Alexander Hamilton in 1790 and the Federal Reserve System established in 1913 are similar in that both

(1) provided low-interest loans to farmers

(2) were declared unconstitutional by the United States Supreme Court

(3) had as their primary responsibility the regulation of the stock market

(4) sought to provide a sound currency for the nation

22) To improve distribution of money and guarantee an adequate money supply, President Woodrow Wilson asked Congress to

(1) eliminate the gold standard

(2) limit foreign investment

(3) provide insurance for bank deposits

(4) establish the Federal Reserve System

Answers to Goals of the Progressives – Economic Reform:

1) 2 2) 3 3) 1 4) 1 5) 4 6) 4 7) 1 8) 1 9) 2 10) 1 11) 3 12) 4 13) 2

14) 4 15) 1 16) 2 17) 4 18) 2 19) 3 20) 2 21) 4 22) 4 23) 4 24) 1

Labor Issues:

1) The tragedy of the Triangle Shirtwaist Company fire of 1911 drew national attention to the need to

(1) restrict immigration from southern Europe

(2) establish full-time fire departments

(3) protect the safety of workers

(4) improve conditions for tenement dwellers

2) What was the main benefit that labor unions of the late 19th century gained for their members?

(1) job security

(2) improved wages and hours

(3) paid vacations

(4) health insurance

Answers for Labor Issues:

1) 3 2) 2

Progressive President – Teddy Roosevelt:

1) Which president was known as a trustbuster?

(1) George Washington

(2) Calvin Coolidge

(3) Theodore Roosevelt

(4) Dwight Eisenhower

2) The cartoon illustrates President Theodore Roosevelt’s attempt to

(1) ignore antitrust laws

(2) conserve natural resources

(3) limit the power of monopolies

(4) eliminate foreign ownership of United States corporations

3) Which statement best summarizes President Theodore Roosevelt’s views about conservation?

(1) Environmental issues are best decided by the private sector.

(2) Unlimited access to natural resources is the key to business growth.

(3) Wilderness areas and their resources should be protected for the public good.

(4) Decisions about the use of natural resources should be left to the states.

4) Which term best describes Theodore Roosevelt, John Muir, and Gifford Pinchot?

(1) philanthropists

(2) conservationists

(3) yellow journalists

(4) captains of industry

Answers for Progressive President – Teddy Roosevelt:

1) 3 2) 3 3) 3 4) 2

Women’s Rights:

1) The Seneca Falls Convention of 1848 was primarily concerned with

(1) carrying out Reconstruction in the South

(2) limiting immigration to the United States

(3) bringing about equal rights for women

(4) promoting the settlement of western territories

2) The Seneca Falls Convention of 1848 is often viewed as the beginning of the

(1) temperance movement

(2) women’s rights movement

(3) antislavery movement

(4) Native American Indian movement

3) “Resolved, that all laws which prevent woman from occupying such a station in society as her conscience shall dictate, or which place her in a position inferior to that of man, are contrary to the great precept of nature and therefore of no force or authority.”

  • Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions,

  • Seneca Falls Convention, 1848

The writers of this passage were protesting

(1) British treatment of American colonists

(2) the absence of a bill of rights in the Constitution

(3) gender discrimination against women

(4) lack of legal protection for African Americans

4) The Declaration of Sentiments from the Seneca Falls Convention of 1848 proclaimed that

(1) the abolition of slavery was necessary

(2) all men and women are created equal

(3) California should be admitted as a free state

(4) the sale of alcoholic beverages should be illegal

5) The Declaration of Sentiments, adopted during the Seneca Falls Convention in 1848, is most

closely associated with the rights of

(1) immigrants

(2) enslaved persons

(3) Native American Indians

(4) women

6) The Seneca Falls Convention of 1848 was mainly concerned with

(1) ending slavery in all the states

(2) reducing consumption of alcoholic beverages

(3) improving treatment of the mentally ill

(4) expanding women’s rights

7) When Susan B. Anthony refused to pay a fine for voting illegally in the election of 1872, she stated: “Not a penny shall go to this unjust claim.” Her action was an example of

(1) anarchy

(2) judicial review

(3) civil disobedience

(4) vigilante justice

8) This resolution illustrates the constitutional right to

(1) petition for redress of grievances

(2) protection against unreasonable search and seizure

(3) a speedy and public trial

(4) freedom of religion

9) Which long-awaited goal of the women’s rights movement was achieved during the Progressive Era?

(1) right to vote

(2) right to own property

(3) equal pay for equal work

(4) equal access to employment and education

10) “The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex. . . .”

-19th Amendment, United States Constitution

Which group of women worked for the passage of this amendment?

(1) Harriet Tubman, Jane Addams, and Dorothea Dix

(2) Susan B. Anthony, Carrie Chapman Catt, and Elizabeth Cady Stanton

(3) Madeline Albright, Geraldine Ferraro, and Sandra Day O’Connor

(4) Clara Barton, Amelia Earhart, and Eleanor Roosevelt

11) According to the map, in which region of the United States did women receive the most

support for equal suffrage before passage of the 19th amendment?

(1) East

(2) North

(3) South

(4) West

12) What does the map show about woman’s suffrage legislation before ratification of the

federal woman’s suffrage amendment in 1920?

(1) Opposition to woman’s suffrage was strongest in the New England states.

(2) New York was the first state to grant women the right to vote in state elections.

(3) State legislatures never gave women the right to vote.

(4) Many western states granted women suffrage before passage of the 19th amendment.

13) In 1920, women gained the right to vote as a result of a

(1) presidential order

(2) Supreme Court decision

(3) national election

(4) constitutional amendment

Answers for Women’s Rights:

1) 3 2) 2 3) 3 4) 2 5) 4 6) 4 7) 3 8) 1 9) 1 10) 2 11) 4 12) 4 13) 4

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